Alaska Salmon Rivers Need Federal Protection From A Toxic Mega-Mine Proposal

Bristol Bay, Alaska. Photo: Ryan Peterson
Alaska sockeye salmon. Photo: Ken Morrish
Alaska sockeye salmon. Photo: Ken Morrish
Bristol Bay salmon fisherman. Photo: Wild Salmon Center
Salmon fishing in Alaska. Photo: Perry Broderick
Grizzly bear and sockeye salmon. Photo: Ken Morrish

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Ecologist, author. Inaugural holder of Endowed Chair for Nature and Humanity, Stony Brook University. SafinaCenter.org, CarlSafina.org

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Carl Safina

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Ecologist, author. Inaugural holder of Endowed Chair for Nature and Humanity, Stony Brook University. SafinaCenter.org, CarlSafina.org

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